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Implementation of Technical Analytical Network in Mozambique from 2017-2019

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By Delfim Vilissa - Duque Wilson
For the 2019 ReSAKSS Annual Conference

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Implementation of Technical Analytical Network in Mozambique from 2017-2019

  1. 1. Implementation of Technical Analytical Network in Mozambique 2017-19 Delfim Vilissa & Duque Wilson
  2. 2. OUTLINE I. BACKGROUND II. PURPOSE III. STRUCTURE OF THE TAN IV. ACHIEVEMENTS V. CHALLENGES VI. THE WAY FORWARD
  3. 3. I. BACKGROUND (1/2)  Technical Analytical Network is a network of technical agencies or organizations: (Universities, Research Institutions, Financial Institutions, Government Ministries, Private Sector, Civil Society Organizations, Group of farmers and Development Partners) that are providing technical analytical support and capacity development to the MozSAKSS Node and Country CAADP implementation  TAN in Mozambique was established in early 2017 with technical assistance of Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS: Southern Africa).  The TAN aids in identifying, analysing and responding to technical and capacity needs and gaps identified in the process of developing, revising and implementing National Agricultural Investment Plan (NAIP). Works hand in hand with the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA) and the agriculture sector at large (MIC, MITADER, MIMAIP, MOPHRI and MEF).
  4. 4. The TAN has assisted in developing mechanisms and also provided tools to support the implementation of specific NAIP/PNISA and PEDSA areas and the Malabo Declaration content areas.  It has provided capacity development and technical advice to the MozSAKSS Node and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA) on  policies, programs and practices that can accelerate achievement of national, regional and continental agriculture production, productivity and food security goals related to National, Malabo and CAADP. I. BACKGROUND (2/2)
  5. 5. II. PURPOSE  To harness the required technical and strategic institutions that will provide evidence, capacity needs and recommendations to MozSAKSS and MASA (DPCI).  The TAN also liaises with regional bodies (RECS, ReSAKSS and the regional entities) and continental bodies (AUC and NEPAD NPCA) in order to allow the country to meet the national goals, Malabo Declaration targets and CAADP Process targets.  Acts as an Agricultural Policy Research Platform and creates an environment for dialogue and sharing of agricultural research findings that can serve as a basis for evidence-based decision making, policy formulation and implementation of agricultural programs.
  6. 6. II. STRUCTURE OF THE TAN • .
  7. 7. III. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS (1/3)  In 2018, with support from IFPRI/ReSAKSS and the World Bank, the TAN carried out 7 technical Studies and disseminated these technical studies. Table 1: Technical studies conducted by TAN in Mozambique in 2018 Technical Study Title Objective of the Study National TAN Collaborator Economic impacts of climate change in the agriculture sector in Mozambique: A case study of Maize Value Chain Assess the economic impact of climate change on the agriculture sector in Mozambique: A case study of Maize Value Chain ArlindoMeque Policy brief on the Assessment and Analysis of the Seed Value Chain in Mozambique Build up awareness among the police makers in Mozambique of the key challenges underpinning the seed value chain. Benedito Cunguara Policy brief on the Analysis Mechanization Programme in the Agrarian Centres in Mozambique Build up awareness among the police makers of the key challenges underpinning the mechanization program/ agrarian service centres in the country. Victorino Xavier Policy brief on Analysis of the Challenges of the Fertilizer Value Chain in Mozambique Analyse current dynamic of the fertilizer value chain in Mozambique. Helder Zavale Integrating smallholder farmers in the big agricultural projects: A case of sugar cane value chain in the Xinavane Company Analyse the socio-economic impact of the out-growers scheme model in the Xinavane sugarcane company. DolitoLoganamio Expenditure Analysis on the NAIP (PNISA) implementation Update the national agriculture expenditure in the country under the NAIP framework Helder Zavale
  8. 8. III. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS (2/3) • . In 2019 there are also six (6) studies that have been undertaken under the BR, JSR and ATOR. Four of the studies (three BR studies and One ATOR) have been reviewed and are ready for publication Title of technical study Objectives of studies National TAN Collaborators Analysis of youth empowerment through agriculture sector in Mozambique Analysis of youth empowerment through agriculture sector in light of BR (Performance Category 4.1.iv of the BR and Malabo Declaration). Ventura Mufume Analysis of maize production and productivity in Mozambique (2009-2018): trends, challenges and opportunities for improvement Carry out a study on “Analysis of Maize production and productivity in Mozambique (2009-2018) in light of (Performance Category 3.2iii. of the BR and Malabo Declaration) Custodio Amaral The Challenges of Access to Financial Services in the Agricultural Sector in Mozambique To analyse the challenges engulfing agriculture sector with regards access to finance Joao Mutondo BR Strengthening human and institutional capacities on BR indicators and data compilation, analysis, management, and M&E To strengthen human and institutional capacities in the BR process related to data compilation, analysis, management and reporting. To improve the accuracy, consistency, traceability, and validation of data used in the 2020 BR process. Helder Zavale, Assessment of the 2018 Biennial Review process and report to identify areas for improving the 2020 BR processes and data system To identify gaps and challenges in the 2018 BR processes and report related to data, methodologies, capacities and systems. To improve the accuracy, consistency, traceability, and validation of data used in the 2020 BR process. Helder Zavale Improving BR data quality (data compilation, validation, revision and analysis) To improve the accuracy, consistency, traceability, and validation of data used in the 2020 BR process. To support Mozambique to deliver a high quality 2020 BR Report. Benedito Cunguara Table 2: Technical studies conducted by TAN in Mozambique in 2019
  9. 9.  In 2019, IFPRI/ReSAKSS has continued to fund MozSAKSS to conduct technical studies, and three workshops (a dissemination workshop, a technical training and a validation workshop) of the TAN activities  Capitalizing on the TAN, AGRA has also been instrumental in funding two (2) key methodical studies, necessary for PNISA and PEDSA  Development partners and MASA have funded some of the key meetings required for the dissemination of knowledge and information of the Malabo Declaration (PNISA and PEDSA). III. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS (3/3)
  10. 10. III. CHALLENGES 1. Build partnerships with other research institutions in the country; 2. Resource mobilisation in order to conduct studies and undertake meetings at all levels; 3. Set up Analytical Network in each development corridor; 4. Conduct relevant studies/policies brief in line with BR indicators and Results areas of NAIP; and 5. Improve coordination mechanism in order to avoid unnecessarily duplications of efforts.
  11. 11. IV. THE WAY FORWARD (1/2) 1.Present research findings at Agricultural Sector Coordination Committee (CCSA) for decision- making /JSR. The CCSA meetings are led by His Excellency the Minister of Agriculture and Food Security (MASA) and co-chaired by the Minister of Finance. 2. Set up TAN in light of each Agricultural development corridoras defined by Strategic Plan for Agricultural Development 2011 – 2020: Pemba –Lichinga, Nacala, Zambeze Valley, Beira, Limpopo and Maputo).
  12. 12. 1.Audience at Analytical Network Meeting, 15th November 2018 2.Champions for analytical network dinner meeting, Maputo 18 August 2018 3. e-Atlas Team of MoSAKSS, Salvador Lampeao (in the middle) responding to questions related to e-Atlas, at the Analytical Network Meeting on 15th November 2018 3 Meetings Conducted so far. ANNEXES (1/3)
  13. 13. Audience at Agricultural Policy Research Platform meeting, on 18th October 2018. Mr Delfim Vilissa, MoSAKSS coordinator presenting BR Resultat thethird Analytical Network Meeting on 15th November 2018.  It was possible through support from the ResakSS:SA, MASA; World Bank ANNEXES (2/3)
  14. 14. Audience at Agricultural Policy Research Platform meeting, on 18th October 2018. Mr Delfim Vilissa, MoSAKSS coordinator presenting BR Resultat thethird Analytical Network Meeting on 15th November 2018.  It was possible through support from the ResakSS:SA, MASA; World Bank 14 ANNEXES (3/3)

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